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Indir Osmić

Partner

CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz d.o.o.
Ul. Fra Anđela Zvizdovića 1
71000 Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Languages Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, English, Spanish

Indir Osmić is a partner at CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz. He is admitted to the bar in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He holds a Graduate Lawyer degree from the University of Sarajevo. Indir has also obtained legal specialization at the AU Washington College of Law in 2012/2013 as a Fulbright scholar. His main fields of expertise are corporate law, finance law, real estate law, compliance and tax law.

Indir Osmić’s work also includes corporate finance work, such as coordinating M&A deals with a particular focus on finance structuring and regulatory matters. He has expanded his experience by working as a country team leader in complex regional cross-border transaction projects. Before joining CMS, Indir Osmić worked for the Indirect Taxation Authority of Bosnia and Herzegovina, at the Office of the High Representative (OHR) and as a legal trainee at the Municipal Court in Sarajevo. He is fluent in Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian and English and has a good command of Spanish.

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Legal 500 named Indir Osmić as an next generation lawyer for 2018 for Real Estate.

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Publications

  • 7th (2018) and 6th (2017) edition of the Real Estate Law Review, chapter on Bosnia and Herzegowina (The Law Reviews, Law Business Research Limited, London, UK)
  • Top Six Tax Topics Across SEE, issue 5.2 of the CEE Legal Matters Magazine
  • 5th edition of The ICLG to: Project Finance 2016, Global Legal Group Ltd, London, UK, co-author
  • The World Bank, Doing Business, contributor in the years 2012, 2013, 2018
  • Bloomberg BNA, VAT Navigator, chapter on Bosnia and Herzegovina (2014), editor and reviewer
  • 4th edition of the CMS Guide to Arbitration, chapter on Bosnia and Herzegovina (2011), co-author
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Lectures list

  • Tax Evasion as a Predicate Act of Money Laundering, panel moderator, VIII Forum on AML/CTF in Bosnia and Herzegovina, – Revicon, ITA, SIPA and Banking Agencies of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska, March 2016
  •  American Chamber of Commerce in BiH and CMS, briefing on the application of FATCA in Bosnia and Herzegovina, moderator, February 2016
  • Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C., USA, panel: Ongoing Legal Issues Bosnia and Herzegovina Is Facing – Post-Dayton Legal Challenges, organiser and speaker, April 2013
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Education

  • 2016 – Admission to the bar in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • 2013 – Fulbright scholarship at the American University Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C., specialisation
  • 2010 – Public exam, Ministry of Justice of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • 2008 – Faculty of Law, University of Sarajevo, Graduate Lawyer degree
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20/04/2022
In­ter­na­tion­al ar­bit­ra­tion law and rules in Bos­nia & Herzegov­ina
A lex spe­cial­is law reg­u­lat­ing ar­bit­ra­tion still does not ex­ist in Bos­nia and Herzegov­ina. The mat­ter of ar­bit­ra­tion is gen­er­ally reg­u­lated by the ex­ist­ing civil pro­ced­ure codes. This gives the parties...
21/04/2021
Real es­tate trans­ac­tion costs and taxes in Bos­nia and Herzegov­ina
1. Due di­li­gence costs for the pur­chase of real es­tate 1.1 Mu­ni­cip­al search Cost Vari­able VAT Nil 1.2 Util­ity search (each ser­vice) Cost Vari­able VAT Nil 1.3 Land re­gistry search (per search) Cost...
24/03/2021
CMS Ex­pert Guide to European care homes
The world is get­ting older by the minute.Ac­cord­ing to the the 2021 Age­ing Re­port of the EU, the old-age de­pend­ency ra­tio in the EU’s demo­graph­ic old-age de­pend­ency ra­tio (i.e. the ra­tio between people...
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18/12/2020
Re­new­able en­ergy law and reg­u­la­tion in Bos­nia and Herzegov­ina
1. Brief over­view of the re­new­ables sec­tor Thanks to its geo­graph­ic­al po­s­i­tion in Europe, Bos­nia and Herzegov­ina (BiH) has enorm­ous hy­dro­power elec­tri­city po­ten­tial and is well placed to gen­er­ate re­new­able...
17/06/2020
Law and reg­u­la­tion of rent­al agree­ments in Bos­nia & Herzegov­ina dur­ing...
1. Is a less­ee eli­gible for rent re­duc­tion due to a sig­ni­fic­ant de­cline in foot­fall and con­sequently its turnover as a res­ult of COV­ID-19? Gen­er­ally, no ex­cept in case that the un­der­lay­ing con­tract...
25/03/2020
What to do with leases dur­ing COV­ID-19 meas­ures?
Gov­ern­ments at mul­tiple levels in BiH have de­clared state of emer­gency. This situ­ation has led to many re­stric­tions ad­op­ted in or­der to pre­vent COV­ID-19 im­pacts. Con­sequently, many busi­nesses are af­fected...
02/03/2020
State of Lo­gist­ics/Trans­port­a­tion/Ship­ping in Bos­nia and Herzegov­ina
12/11/2019
Seni­or Hous­ing Across SEE
The world is get­ting older by the minute.Ac­cord­ing to the 2018 Age­ing Re­port of the EU1, Eco­nom­ic & Budget­ary Pro­jec­tions for the 28 EU Mem­ber States (2016-2070), the old-age de­pend­ency ra­tio in the...
08/04/2019
CEE Leg­al Mat­ters Deal of the Year Awards for CMS Ser­bia and CMS Bos­nia-Herzegov­ina
We are proud to an­nounce that CMS Ser­bia and CMS Bos­nia-Herzegov­ina ad­vised on two trans­ac­tions in 2018 which were se­lec­ted as the win­ning deals at the CEE Leg­al Mat­ters award ce­re­mony in Bud­apest on...
01/12/2018
CMS Guide for Re­tail­ers
You have in your hands a com­pre­hens­ive guide for re­tail­ers wish­ing to ex­pand in the CEE Re­gion. If you are won­der­ing how to set up your re­tail busi­ness any­where in CEE, or how to man­age your space or...
26/06/2018
CMS Guide to Anti-Bribery and Cor­rup­tion Laws 2018
We are de­lighted to present the fifth edi­tion of the CMS Guide to Anti-Bribery and Cor­rup­tion Laws.This edi­tion of the Guide cov­ers more coun­tries than ever be­fore, as­sess­ing the laws in 42 coun­tries...
22/04/2018
CMS Guide to tax re­gimes in Cent­ral and East­ern Europe
The CMS Guide to tax re­gimes in Cent­ral and East­ern Europe is one of the fruits of our close co­oper­a­tion with­in the re­gion. It of­fers a unique over­view of the tax sys­tems of 13 coun­tries in an in­form­at­ive...